Maria Gallucci is a clean energy reporter at Canary Media, where she covers hard-to-decarbonize sectors and efforts to make the energy transition more affordable and equitable. She was most recently a contributing writer for Grist and IEEE Spectrum, and was previously a staff reporter for InsideClimate News, Mashable, and Mexico City newspapers. Her reporting has taken her across the Americas and inside cargo ships, power plants, and nuclear waste facilities. She was the 2017-2018 Energy Journalism Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin and a 2021 TED speaker. Maria graduated from Ohio University and now resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Window heat pumps will help electrify New York City's apartments
A $70 million initiative will deploy 30,000 electric heat pumps to bring climate-friendly comfort to residents of NYC's aging public-housing units.
USPS ups electric truck order to 40% of its new fleet
Critics say the Postal Service should be buying far more electric vehicles, but the new plan is a big jump over the previous order of just 10% EVs.
Meet a startup that plans to use mining waste to capture carbon dioxide
Travertine Technologies has backing from Stripe’s carbon-removal fund for a novel system to store CO2 in discarded rocks and help clean up the mining industry.
Cargo ships are notoriously dirty. A new bill aims to clean them up
The Clean Shipping Act, proposed this week in Congress, would curb CO2 pollution from shipping and accelerate the adoption of nascent technologies.
Can battery-powered airplanes decarbonize air travel?
A new study says not likely, but electric aircraft still have a role to play in cleaning up the aviation industry.
Chart: China’s offshore wind frenzy drove recent record global growth
Eighty percent of the world's new offshore wind capacity was installed in China last year, and the country is expected to dominate the sector for years to come.
Puerto Rico is pushing LNG when it says it's shifting to renewables
The U.S. territory has pledged to transition to clean energy, but it backed a controversial liquefied natural gas terminal and may increase LNG imports.
Offshore wind installations surged threefold last year
China leads the world in new installations, but the U.S. is just starting to ramp up development, according to a new report.
Startup Amogy raises $46M to fuel cargo ships with green ammonia
The Brooklyn-based company is using funds from Amazon, SK Innovation and Saudi Aramco to decarbonize tractors today and freighters in the near future.